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  1. From NYC For The Luv Of Al Green: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrmaYbT3CD4
  2. TWO DOCTORS CORONAVIRUS CALIFORNIA DOCTORS THE CENSORED VIDEO Click HERE To Download & Distribute Pandemic Documentary The Hidden Agenda Behind Covid-19
  3. Opera singers, classical singers, actors, cantors, preachers and even nowadays rock stars and rappers could gain a great deal from learning one of the most elaborate and sophisticated singing techniques that was invented more than 200 years ago by the Scuola Italiana del Belcanto (translated freely into: The Italian school of beautiful singing). This ancient school of thought has produced some of the most fundamental Opera music and singing techniques that are on a daily basis use by most Opera houses in the world. But , you don't have to be an Opera singer to take advantage
  4. www.vocalizing.com By Karen Oleson and Timothy Strong The genesis for this article comes from a workshop I was asked to present for a local chapter of NATS (National Assoc. of Teachers of Singing). It is only in very recent history, that performance studies in vocal jazz have been offered in academic settings. Prior to this if one wished to be a jazz singer they learned by listening to, following and copying other singers and experimenting and performing at every opportunity. Now that jazz styles have been codified it is easier for modern educators to expose jazz singing to s
  5. Hi everyone! I am a huge admirer of Shreya Ghoshal and have been a huge fan of her singing right from the time she rose to prominence in Bollywood. One of this generation’s finest singers, I have always been awed by her soothing voice and singing style. I follow her on Facebook and Instagram and always try to keep myself updated on her life and work. Being one of her superfans, I have started an initiative where I have tried to gather as much content about her as possible in one place (https://www.xpert.tv/profile/?xprt=shreya-ghoshal) so that, like me, other superfans can learn from her.
  6. What song have you been addicted to lately? For me, it's this song: Another Life by D'angelo. Came out officially 7 months ago. I've been listening to it ever since, and it's almost been an everyday thing. Even made the 3rd chorus my ringtone, and I end up singing along every time my phone rings What about everyone else? What song have you been listening to a lot lately?
  7. I was just thinking about the different styles of singing and I started to wonder, what are prominent elements in different styles?
  8. Coming soon! Gotta update this page
  9. I made one of these last year. What are you vocal or musical goals for this year? 1. Improve breath support, because it is something that limits me. 2. For me, the next on my list is range increase. I'm at the point now where my style would benefit by more range, and I think other things are now strong enough to where I can really focus on range. 3. Be able to play 7 songs on the guitar while singing. 4. Pick back up Piano lessons 5. Produce first cover song using audio software. 6. Continue learning songs by ear.
  10. This is very cool! Thought I should share it for all the TMVW members who may not have seen it yet. The story in the description is worth reading also.
  11. Dusty's thread got me thinking a little, what famous musicians or famous figures in the music industry has everybody met?
  12. New revelation I had about singing I thought I would share. Regarding support it is important to engage both the rib cage/chest as well as the abdominals or belly breathing. You can become so used to diaphragmatic breathing that you forget to open your rib cage and this results in using your glottis as more of a cap on your airflow. If you breathe from your abs and open your chest and keep it expanded it becomes easier to sustain. The open rib cage acts as a steady supplier of breath while the abdominals work to increase/vary subglottic pressure.
  13. I have been somewhat in a kind of void wondering what I might post. It's been a while. I stumbled across Rosetta in my hours of Youtube wanderings searching for music. I remembered the old hymn she was singing called, "This Train," though I sang it with a waspy congregation, the whiteification of the song didn't water down it's impact on me. I like the way Rosetta soften's (with humor) the potentially "condescending" anti drinking & smoking lyrics by gesturing towards one of her band members as a loyal whiskey drinker. The inspiration of course is to always strive to shed my vices and asp
  14. Probably an obvious question. Or not. What makes you a singer or want to be a singer? I play guitar but around 1988 I realized or decided that I was a singer who played guitar, rather than a guitar player who sings. So, I am looking for ponderings and pontifications. How you became a singer or what led you here to improve your craft of singing. Or, at least, look for validation of your singing. Sure, anyone can record and release and even be successful as a pro singer. And there are pro singers of varying quality, having nothing or everything to do with their respective success.
  15. Unfortunately not too many people are familiar Steve Walsh, probably because Kansas songs aren't as well known. So I wanted to start a thread to analyze his vocals. This was the song that started it all. Had to imagine that I might have never known about Steve Walsh if a classmate hadn't decided to play it. This was the first time I heard the song and that was in the post 2000s era! I didn't know anything about vocal technique back then but actually it was the lead singer's voice that captivated my attention instead of the iconic guitar riff. Below are the mo
  16. R.I.P. Jeannie Deva (1951 - 2016) I was deeply saddened to hear of the "passing" of Jeannie Deva (January 17, 2016). Jeannie was a previous member of The Modern Vocalist World and an astounding vocal coach, singer, and performer. I first met Jeannie here at TMV World, we corresponded on occasion over the years, and she was always so very kind to me. I have often wondered why she didn't continue to participate here at TMV World ? Perhaps it was because of her illness, but she never mentioned it to me. Jeannie was always very spirited, and full of happiness and joy.
  17. A recent thread Mentioned Barbra Streisand and that she Never had formal training. Well, she had one coach for a month after she had a little trouble with her voice. Her name was Judy Davis. I remembered an article I had read about this. I looked for Judy Davis and found this little GEM on YouTube. I hope it helps some of you.
  18. Hi all, have not posted here for a while. I'm still studying and practicing and I've improved a lot but there's a big gap between what I can do and where I want to be. I had a few opportunities to sing while playing with people and I still sing out of tune more than I would want to (although I really improved in this sense), moreover, I don't always feel that I exactly understand my capabilities. When I picked up a guitar I've started playing with bands/people after two years of playing (a year and half of lessons and half a year practicing alone). With vocal training it seems like it wo
  19. Just want to know if I should keep singing or give it up? (Singing) ----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsbptdfKSFs
  20. Whether you love or hate the Eagles.....they made some great music. Some of the best singing/harmonizing/backing vocals ever
  21. HERE IS AN EMAIL THAT WAS DISCOVERED WHERE ROBERT LUNTE, FOUNDER OF THE VOCALIST STUDIO, ANSWERS QUESTIONS ABOUT KTVA VS TVS TECHNIQUES. HERE IS AN EMAIL THAT WAS DISCOVERED WHERE ROBERT LUNTE, FOUNDER OF THE VOCALIST STUDIO, ANSWERS QUESTIONS ABOUT KTVA VS TVS TECHNIQUES. Hey Rob, So I noticed that there is a difference in definitions between TVS and Ken Tamplin's program. Ken Tamplin refers to head voice as a mode; basically a strong reinforced falsetto. WELL, ... IN REGARDS TO THE TRUE
  22. Hi, TMV-ers! I thought it would be useful today to write a bit about how I approach and talk about vocal technique, in the hope that by putting these ideas out there, you can pick and choose some of them that make sense to you, and that you will hopefully find useful. As a starting point for this, I am inspired to recall an idea I read in Cornelius Reid's book, 'Voice - Psyche and Soma'. I cannot remember the exact quote, but the gist of it is that the mind and the body are acting together to produce the singing voice. I think this means for vocal technique that singing is si
  23. Grooming Your Voice For Success By Julie Lyonn Lieberman It's easy to build vocal habits when you sing a song over and over again. These habits can be useful to free us to focus on performance values; but all too often, we lock in tightness and inferior function, thereby creating a struggle during performance or even hoarseness, a sore throat, and the like. No matter how good you sound, how music business savvy you are, and how hard you've worked on your material and its presentation, if you don't cultivate a ritual around how you care for your voice, you stand to compromise your f
  24. 'Vocal Strength and Power' by Dena Murray Interview Steve: Hi, Dena! I understand that your new book on singing has just been published. Would you tell us a little bit about it? Dena: This is a book that has been 15 years in the making. From the time I started teaching (over 20 years ago,) I knew there was a problem with the prevailing concepts of diaphragmatic support. Singers were injuring themselves from too much pressure and misperceiving instructions. Steve: Do yo mean that the usual "singing teacher's lingo" was not helpful in leading the student in what the
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